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Lucas Oil 14.5-Oz X-Tra Heavy Duty Grease EXPIRED

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Good find.
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$3.07 with 15% subscribe and save, great price!
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nice find, don't know if I want to stock up on it though, maybe just 2-3 for now. Thumbs up and rep.

Don't get many slick deals for maintenance items. Now plastic charge cards, those get on FP all the time.
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Can this be used for brakes??
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Can this be used for brakes??
Where would you apply this on your brakes?

Edit: If it's for the pins, then buy some specifically for that purpose at the auto parts store. You don't want to damage anything.
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Last edited by jeffsnyder October 11, 2019 at 11:32 AM. Reason: I remembered what you would grease near the brakes.
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Can this be used on spark plugs... how bout liquid wrench can that be used on spark plugs?
Rookie here. TIA
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Can this be used for brakes??
What are you lubing on your brakes?!?!

This is for parts that move like u-joints and hubs. You'll want to put this into a gun and inject the grease into zerk fittings.
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can i use this to lubricate a heavier and somewhat older backyard sliding door for? i use wd-40 every once in a while but dont seem to last that long.
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Can this be used for brakes??

No you want a dielectric type grease for brakes. Sil-Glyde grease is a good one.
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can i use this to lubricate a heavier and somewhat older backyard sliding door for? i use wd-40 every once in a while but dont seem to last that long.

Use a dielectric grease for that. Non-hardening silicone based grease works great and will not damage rubber or plastic like some petroleum greases will.
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Use a dielectric grease for that. Non-hardening silicone based grease works great and will not damage rubber or plastic like some petroleum greases will.
Thank you..will lookout for dielectric grease
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can i use this to lubricate a heavier and somewhat older backyard sliding door for? i use wd-40 every once in a while but dont seem to last that long.
Try something like a spray lithium grease. WD-40 isn't a lubricant. This grease would probably work, but would smell. I use Lucas Red n' Tacky and I think it stinks (smell-wise). I'm fully expecting this grease to be as bad.
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I wouldn't use this for brakes or spark plugs. Think someone else mentioned it, but a silicone high temp for brakes and I've never lived spark plugs but the same for them in extreme moderation.
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